Over 100 IDPs homeless as fire destroys shelters in Borno

1/18/2022 4:25:00 PM

Over 100 IDPs homeless as fire destroys shelters in Borno

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Over 100 IDPs homeless as fire destroys shelters in Borno

Officials at the Gamborun Ngala Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) camp in Borno State on Tuesday said a fire outbreak has rendered over 100 persons

The fire outbreak, which occurred on Sunday evening, completely destroyed 24 shelters, including three mudbrick shelters, 12 makeshift shelters and nine emergency shelters.In an interview, an official of Borno State Emergency Management Agency (SEMA) in Gamborun Ngala, Malam Yusuf Gulumba, told newsmen that the cause of the fire is yet to be established, however investigation has already commenced.

According to him no life was lost due to the incident but a few people sustained minor injuries while trying to put out the fire.Gulumba called on the federal and state governments to provide food and non-food items as well as shelter for the victims to address their immediate needs.

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The fire outbreak, which occurred on Sunday evening, completely destroyed 24 shelters, including three mudbrick shelters, 12 makeshift shelters and nine emergency shelters. In an interview, an official of Borno State Emergency Management Agency (SEMA) in Gamborun Ngala, Malam Yusuf Gulumba, told newsmen that the cause of the fire is yet to be established, however investigation has already commenced. Following the resolution and approval by its board of directors, Nigeria LNG Limited (NLNG) announced last week that it was set to prioritise Nigeria’s domestic market by supplying 100 per cent of its Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) production comprising propane and butane, to the market. According to him no life was lost due to the incident but a few people sustained minor injuries while trying to put out the fire. He noted that the security of life and property should be sustained in the development process of Borno. Gulumba called on the federal and state governments to provide food and non-food items as well as shelter for the victims to address their immediate needs. Andy Odeh. The Gamborun Ngala camp is one of the largest, housing a population of over 40,000 IDPs. SaharaReporters also reported how ISWAP established two Wilaya’s (Caliphates) at Lake Chad and Sambisa forest to sustain its war against countries in Sub-Saharan Africa.

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